John Peel (1939 2004)


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It was Monday, September 10, 1984 — two years and five days after the Craig homicides. And just two days after his son's one-year birthday. Chris-Craft yacht (courtesy Mariner's Museum) John Peel described his arrest as "pretty frightening, it was pretty embarrassing."


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A SMALL, remote fishing village is still shaken today by the brutal murder of a young family and four others that remains unsolved more than 40 years on. On September 6, 1982, the village of Craig in Alaska was woken up to news of a sickening crime. 5 The Investor went up in flames, with eight on board Credit: Courtesy of Alaska v. Peel case record


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John Peel (IV) How a Killer Massacred an Entire Family and Crew on a Fishing Boat in Alaska — and Why He's Never Been Caught


Kolivosky Meets John Peel Leland E. Hale

One of Coulthurst's former deckhands, John Peel, was charged with the crimes in 1984. But after two headline-grabbing murder trials — reportedly the most expensive in state history — he was.


John Peel (1939 2004)

6 min read · Feb 22, 2021 Photo by Aleksey Malinovski on Unsplash On September 6, 1982, eight people were killed on a fishing boat. The boat, the Investor, sailed from a small fishing village known.


And Now Comes John Peel Leland E. Hale

Coulthurst's son, John, 4, may have been sleeping in the area of the boat that was hardest hit by the fire. No remains of the boy were ever found. The coroner said that the victims had died.


John Peel Speaks Out on Investor Massacre in Alaska

1. The Killer Moved in Plain Sight Hours after shooting his victims with what police believe was a .22-caliber pistol or rifle, the gunman fired up the engines on the 58-foot, $850,000 Investor,.


John Peel Speaks Out on Investor Massacre in Alaska

Investigators narrowed suspects down to three people, one of them John Kenneth Peel from Bellingham, Washington. Peel had formerly worked for Coulthurst, and their relationship ended badly, offering a possible motive, The Cinemaholic writes.


Prosecution Tries to Make John Peel Less Mysterious Leland E. Hale

It took two years before police arrested John Peel — who once worked for Mark — based on his similarity to sketches of the suspect. His first trial in 1986 lasted over six months and ended in a.


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John Peel was charged with murder two years after the burning ship was discovered. He was arrested and detained on Sept. 10, 1984.. now a married father. In November 1984, Peel was moved to Ketchikan, Alaska, but his trial wasn't scheduled until January 1986. Among the bits of evidence tying Peel, 24, to the murders, he was in Craig on the.


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The state believed John Peel was guilty. The defense believed he was innocent. And attorneys for both sides stubbornly clung to their sense of personal animosity. Neither side was pulling any punches. Would he be retried? Or not? Ketchikan Courthouse (copyright Leland E. Hale)


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In the case of Blaine, possibly not. Almost 34 years ago, a Blaine fishing family, including two children, and four young crewmen were killed aboard the Investor, a purse seiner found ablaze Sept.


Taking Another Run At John Peel Leland E. Hale

One of Coulthurst's former deckhands, John Peel, was charged with the crimes in 1984. But after two headline-grabbing murder trials — reportedly the most expensive in state history — he was.


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The prime suspect was, from the start, a fisherman named John Peel, who had previously worked for Coulthurst. Peel was identified as looking "similar" to the man seen coming and going in the.


John Peel Interrogation Bellingham Police Dept. Leland E. Hale

John Kenneth Peel Witness Law Criminal Law Fleet Boat Skiff Mary Anne Henry Murder Mark Coulthurst Phillip Weidner In 1982, eight people, including two children, were killed on a fishing boat in Craig, Alaska. Two murder trials resulted, but no one has ever been convicted of the crime.


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John Peel Speaks Out on Investor Massacre in Alaska Crime Exonerated Suspect in Unsolved Alaska Fishing Boat Mass Murder Breaks His Silence "Somebody out there knows what happened," Peel,.